Den sommeren jeg fylte 15
Peter is telling his story about a special summer, when he was invited over to summer holiday from bickering parents, to his aunt and uncle in the country. He's been there before, but this summer was quite one to remember.
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Joanna B (ru) wrote: As any rom-com connoisseur knows, there is a certain formula to the plot direction that must be obeyed. Attractive people fall in love (or in this case engage in sexual encounters without commitment - wait wasn't that done earlier this year in no strings attached), have a miscommunication but find blissful resolution that never happens in real life. This may sound cynical but so is director Will Gluck (Easy A) and his lead characters.Standing out as marginally unique in its field, Friends with Benefits makes a point of satirizing and skewering the genre. With a plethora of pop-culture references, tech-savvy innuendoes (including a singing-bible ipad app) and playfully inappropriate one-liners, it is an engaging journey that pokes fun at the formula whilst managing to exactly exemplify the saccharine love story it claims to be better than. Opening with a breakup, we meet Jamie (Mila Kunis) and Dylan (Justin Timberlake) individually being shafted by their respective others, declaring the only course is to shut themselves down and becoming emotionally unavailable.Dylan, the art director of a popular website in LA, is lured to the big apple with an offer of his dream job at GQ magazine by the enticing and quirky NY head hunter Jamie. Not your average recruiter, Dylan's first impression of Jamie fumbling clumsy and barefoot on a baggage carousel chasing a makeshift lipstick welcome sign (you can see the cutesy-ness from a mile away).After being offered the job on the spot, Dylan needs convincing to leave his life and family in LA for the big smoke, and Jamie is just the girl for the job. Sparking a genuine friendship, the duo head out on the town, drink a few beers and enjoy hang out. However, after a night in picking on sappy romance movies the conversation turns to sex, which both (in their unavailable and damaged mental states) agree is necessary but preferable without strings, like tennis. Making an unconventional pact, they shun emotion and agree to service each other physically whilst checking romance at the door and always promising to remain friends no matter what. Uninhibited by their status, the pair are honestly declare their frisky, raunchy and frank sexual desires leading to comically experimental sex scenes. Their lusty appetite and teasing banter turn the best buds into best bed-buds.But beneath Jamie's feisty facade she's a wounded romantic and contradictory to Dylan's suave demeanour he is insecure; not a good mix for a platonic relationship focused on sexual gratification. The lively script cleverly deconstructs and delves into every crevice of a relationship, but soon becomes slave to the stereotype it means to tweak. However, with a welcome degree of wit, charm and spirited flair we can overlook the infraction. Timberlake and Kunis bring sexy back to a tired formula. Timberlake gets away with making wildly inappropriate puns whilst maintaining a steady stream of hilarious bursts of homage and apt parodies to forgotten 90s rap duo Kriss Kross. The lithe Kunis is far more interesting and delivers with a clout that her ditzy blonde genre sisters Heigl, Hudson, Wiig and ... the list go's on.The standout supporting cast of Patricia Clarkson as Jamie's inappropriate hippy man-hungry mother, Richard Jenkins as Dylan's Alzheimer's stricken dad who no longer likes his pants, and Woody Harrelson is a hoot as GQ's blatantly horny gay sports editor who likes to get nasty (quote not quite appropriate).The Verdict: A tale of sex-buddies who turn out to be soul mates is far from original but with ease this is probably one of the best portrayals of it. As one romantic flash mob scene follows another the only victim in this movie is New York through inept cinematography. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 26/08/2011
James P (au) wrote: Miike Takashi takes on the spaghetti western and wins with this visually stunning and thoroughly enjoyable romp.
cli o (mx) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Jen H (jp) wrote: I just sort of have a thing for gay, "coming of age" movies.
Stafford V (gb) wrote: My favorite and one of the best teen comedies!!
Nathan H (ag) wrote: The plot is somewhat unusual and kind of silly (I'm happier with brain damage?), but the movie does have heart and charm. There is a needless plot twist toward the end to create tension unecessarily, but overall it's just a feel good movie. Not a great feel good movie, but a feel good movie none the less.
Anna C (ag) wrote: My favourite ever... I've seen more than 30 times and I always cry at the end!
Greg W (jp) wrote: reminded me of robert mitchum's 'thunder road"
David J (kr) wrote: There's some eye candy for sure, but Charlie's Angels feels like a washed-up or toned-down action comedy.
Todd L (es) wrote: As over the top as Phonebooth before itNot unique but definitely different Woods playing is more believable than the girl's singing Ending is odd
Mike L (gb) wrote: Don't think too much about shell. It's much deeper. Very clever made with all this repeats and intonations. like box of tricks you can always discover something new which you didn't payed attention from first view. great work of art-director and actors.
Irina M (br) wrote: If I would describe "Born Twice" in few words these are twisted, dramatic, shattering, unforgettableand sometimes tough to watch.For me goes in the same category with "Incendies" or "The stoning of Soraya M".It almost felt too realistic, never giving you a chance to get comfortable. The acting is top notch, I was really impressed by the performance of Penelope Cruz and Hirsch. The Make-up makes the age-differences look totally authentic and the soundtrack gives the film an extra dramatic vibe.A must see!